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You know a cassette is rad when you have to punch the holes yourself (see image).
As for the tunes, well, they're rad. "Gobstopper" is reminiscent of early Dinosaur Jr. "Watch" is another standout track. Basically, Crushstory was emo before there was a term for it.
Crushstory opened for several touring bands, including Tilt and Reverend Horton Heat. They also did a spot-on cover of "Strutter."
From G. Ratte':
Wooh. It's 2006, and now you can get you that hot Buttermilk and Bleach cassette in modern space-age MP3 format HERE!
Featuring the snappy hit 'Gobstopper' and the one that made all the boys cry, 'Watch'!!
Yes, thrill to the sounds of 1994. Bill Clinton was in office, and Andy Martinez was playing emo-pop-punk!
'Is there something you're afraid of?
I promise I won't jep-ro-dize your heart
Three words brought us together,
Three words brought us apart
CRUSHSTORY. 2006. FREE.
Gangsta emo: 'We'll kick your ass, and then feel bad about it.'
See also Crushstory's split 7" with Out of Hand.
Prior to Crushstory, Jamie was in Low Tolerance, and he later played in the Fabulous Baker Boys and 10k Drive. Brooks was later in Sand Which Is, worked with FYHY, and is now in Avec. Andy continues to perform as well.
on February 2, 2008